According to a new study, degenerating neurons in the brains of Alzheimer's patients measurably responded to a new, experimental gene therapy.
Researchers discover accumulations of fatty acids in the brains of patients who have died from Alzheimer's disease. They propose the accumulation could accelerate the disease.
A new study identifies a cause of resilience to tinnitus and hint at a possible drug that could reduce the chances of developing the disease.
A new study reports on the crucial role the protein GRK2 plays in regulating the body's internal clock.
A new study reports people may lose awareness of their memory loss almost three years prior to Alzheimer's disease setting in.
According to new research, the C9orf72 mutation causes long strands of RNA to block specific pathways which usually move proteins into a cell's nucleus.
According to a new study, using an optogenetic technique, researchers have been able to control embryonic stem cell differentiation, enabling them to be transformed into neurons.
According to a new study, genetic findings support observational evidence that lower vitamin D levels are associated with increased risk of multiple sclerosis.
A new study reports preconception trauma can result in the transmission of epigenetic changes from the parent to children.
Researchers believe the newly understood mechanism could yield insights into more precise future treatments for nerve pain and depression.
According to a new study, a new class of cancer drugs appears to affect memory in mice.
Researchers have discovered a new way to potentially reprogram cancer cells and revert them back to a non-cancerous state.